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Rackmastr
03-31-2012, 10:37 PM
Hey Guys,

Throwing a bit of a feeler out there on these. Looking at moving into something a bit different and didnt think I'd ever want to list these, but here they are.

These are 2 year old Swarovski SLC WB 10x42 binoculars. They are in as-new condition and have zero issues with them what-so-ever.

Very nice optics for sheep hunting and a lot of good reach for the prairies, etc. This is the older model SLC right before they switched. As pictured below in the links.

Included:

Soft Swarovski Carrying Case
Neoprene Neck Strap
Digital Camera Adapter (new in box that was included w/ purchase)
Original boxing, manuals, etc
Swarovski Pin
Front and rear Eye-Cups

I'd like $1485 obo and will ship with insurance.

Info below:

The 10x42 WB SLC roof prism binocular from Swarovski is ideal for those who want more quality and performance with ergonomic design distinguished by international awards. Optimal viewing comfort, provided by the unconventionally large prism system, and a brilliant field of view make these modern and slender optics truly special for those who appreciate something special. Now arriving in Swarovski's newer forest green finish, as well as having an improved bridge with curvature for better handling.

In 2009, Swarovski now is including their lovely Snap Shot digiscoping adapter with all of their SLC-"new" binoculars.

5 Dioptric correction is centered with the focusing dial
56-72mm Interpupillary adjustment range
Nitrogen purged for waterproof & fogproof performance in all climates
Swarotop and Swarodur multilayer give particularly bright images with true color fidelity
Phase corrected BaK-4 roof prisms with broadband coating

Product Highlights

Waterproof & Fogproof
Wide Angle
Roof Prism
6.2 Angle of View
Made in Austria

Lab-Roamer
03-31-2012, 10:43 PM
Sorry for being a bit slow, but do these have the built in range finder?

Rackmastr
03-31-2012, 10:57 PM
No, only the Swarovski SLC "Ranging" EL's do....and they're about $2800 I think.

These are just a quality binocular. Pics will be posted tomorrow hopefully but are in excellent shape.